Layoffs at chip designer Arm hit UK hardest

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Layoffs at chip designer Arm hit UK hardest
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Layoffs at chip designer Arm hit UK hardest

Softbank had promised to double Arm's UK workforce when it acquired the firm in 2016

Chip designer Arm has let off almost 40% of its UK employees, who were employed as part of Japanese owner SoftBank's pledge to create jobs in the country. Softbank acquired British firm Arm In 2...

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